by David Varno | May-07-2010
At the 2010 PEN World Voices Festival, the National Book Critics Circle panelists traced the journey a range of writers traveled from publication to translation to critical attention.
NBCC board member Eric Banks discussed the work of German author Peter Schneider and Swiss-born Peter Stamm. NBCC president Jane Ciabattari discussed the work of American Indian author Sherman Alexie. NBCC board member Rigoberto González discussed the work of Mexican writer Martin Solares. Mary Ann Newman, a translator from the Catalan, discussed the work of Quim Monzó.
Eric Banks on Peter Stamm and Peter Schneider, with introduction by Jane Ciabattari:
Jane Ciabattari on Sherman Alexie:
Rigoberto González on Martin Solares:
Mary Ann Newman on Quim Monzó:
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